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Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships

The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships program is QUT’s premier offering for students with outstanding academic achievement. The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships is their premier offering for high achievers. University award over 180 scholarships annually, worth $4.2 million. In addition to the financial support, the program helps student to make the most of their QUT experience through extra development opportunities, which build your leadership skills and professional networks.

Degree Bachelors
Courses Business, Creative Industries, Education, Health, Law and Science & Engineering
Eligible Countries Open to Australian or New Zealand and International students
Provider Queensland University of Technology
Deadline 20-Nov-2015
Covers $30,000 or $10,000
Taken at Queensland University of Technology
Official Notice

How to Apply:

Complete the online application. You can save your application and return to it at a later date.
If you have any queries, contact the Scholarships Coordinator.

Selection Process:

We will make first offers for scholarships in the week commencing 21 December 2015. Not all first round offers are accepted, for a variety of reasons. So if you don’t receive an offer in the first round, you may still be eligible for an offer in the second round. We will make second round offers in the week commencing 4 Janaury 2016.
We will finalise all scholars by 5 February 2016. The University Scholarships Coordinator will contact you if you’re successful.
If you are awarded a scholarship, you’ll be invited to attend the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars Retreat in mid-February 2016.
If you aren’t successful in your application, there is no appeals process.
Only students who are successful in being offered a scholarship are notified.

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